The Mysterious Sabu Disc

Sabu disc

This prehistoric artifact was found in 1936 by British Egyptologist Walter Bryan Emery. The strange disc was discovered in the tomb of Sabu (around 3100-3000 BC), Pharaoh Anedjib’s son. Anedjib was the fifth pharaoh of the first dynasty of Ancient Egypt.  Aside from the disc, the tomb contained some stone knives, arrows, a few copper items, and some schist fragments.

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The Sabu Disc has a maximum diameter of 61 cm and a maximum height of 10 cm. It is made from a very fragile material, called metasiltstone. Bending this material without fracturing it would be hard even for modern technology. According to some scientists, the Sabu disc raises important questions about our view of history.

What was the purpose of this mysterious disc? Why would ancient Egyptians create such an elaborate object? According to conventional history, 5000 years ago people did not possess the necessary tools to work so diligently on the fragile siltstone. Why would ancient Egyptians put so much effort in its creation, if it didn’t have any specific purpose?

It is possible that the Sabu disc is an instrument of megalithic energy used by mankind more than 5000 years ago.

Ancient Egyptian Megalithic Energy Symbols (Part I)

Ancient Megalithic Energy (Part II)

How did it work?

Megalithic energy is based on volume resonators. The volume resonator is an oscillating system, in which the loss of energy is insignificant. Ancient megalith builders saw the simple volume resonator as the volume of a certain substance, having certain physicochemical properties. The size and shape of the resonator were in accordance with the elastic acoustic wave.

The volume resonator is a very simple instrument, formally known as a passive emitter. For instance, if you put a cell phone in a resonator, the sound from it would be heard from very far away.

On the photo (below), we can see how energy from the elastic acoustic wave creates a specific shape with sand on a sheet of metal. The exact shape depends on the wavelength of the elastic acoustic wave.

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The Sabu Disc has three lobes. That’s why the energy mode of the elastic acoustic wave, transferred from the lobes, creates three antiphase modes in the bowl. It is a known fact that energy waves interact with the cosmic microwave background of the Universe, and with help of specific resonance from the substance’s (water) physicochemical properties, the whole process creates additional energy in the device.

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The main element in megalithic energy is water. In this case it filled the bowl.

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Let’s compare the size of the Sabu disc with the waves used in megalithic energy:

  • Diameter of the disc is 61 cm – fits fifty 1.22 cm waves and corresponds to the 20 cm elastic acoustic wave.
  • The central cylindrical resonator’s height is 10.6 cm and also fits a 20 cm elastic acoustic wave or 6.6 waves with a 1.59 cm wavelength. This provides a broad spectrum of emission.

This broad spectrum of wave energy affects the disc’s lobes. The energy of the elastic acoustic wave creates a resonance in the physicochemical properties of O-H bonds in water. They deliver the energy to the Si-O bonds in silicon, which delivers it to the O-H bonds in the water vapor created in the central cylindrical resonator. This creates a completely closed circuit.

The diameter of the handles determines the wavelengths of the excited waves. It’s characteristic for common oscillations that their own frequency or the wavelength in the circular resonator are determined only by the diameter of the disc.

D = λ /1.3 or λ = 1.3 D

The Sabu disc is a generator for resonance wave pumping of energy in the physicochemical properties of Si-O bonds in silicon. The disc is a demonstration of how naturally existing processes can create megalithic energy.

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